West Ham responded this evening to say that they were quite busy dealing with the serious matter of running a football club and would hope to be in a position to deal with prank calls at a later date. The staff at the Emirates were too busy putting fake antler attachments on the first team's cars to answer the phone.
Thursday, 31 October 2013
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
|There's only one claret and bloo|
And so it’s on to the last eight. Hmmmm.
|Burnley 2011 / West Ham 2013|
|Alf - relaxing at home earlier today|
Either way, let’s hope the players don’t get confused by the jerseys tonight and start mistakenly passing to the opposition
Monday, 28 October 2013
Even as the final whistle sounded rumors were circulating that West Ham and Swansea could be facing the wrath of UEFA after a truly remarkable match at the Liberty stadium. In the face of ever growing allegations of match fixing, the latest scourge in world football involves claims that modern clubs have simply run out of ideas for new matches and are increasingly resorting to ‘copying’old games from the past!
|Not everything Italian is totally desirable|
However. It’s a true measure of how ‘well’ we are playing that once again Jussi Jaaskelainen was our stand out player.
Sunday, 27 October 2013
Saturday, 19 October 2013
Thursday, 17 October 2013
Tuesday, 15 October 2013
in other news, the management team at the Nou Camp have decided not to sign ace-blogger come right-sided midfielder Davaldo despite his recent visit to the ground as pictured above. Sadly for Davaldo, the visit ended in tears as his refusal to exit the ground without a 'proper' trial met with excessive and unneccessary violence from the security staff.
In revenge (and after he has recovered from a nasty elbow strain sustained during the 'trial') he is currently considering making himself available for Barca's main rivals at Real Madrid where it is rumoured (by himself) that he could form a useful partnership with Gareth Bale.
We will keep you abreast etc etc...
Monday, 14 October 2013
Sunday, 13 October 2013
Cool and unflappable!
Meanwhile, back at the pinnacle of the good behaviour ratings, those merchandising masterminds at the Boleyn are rumoured to be about to release a range of must have products for the discerning Hammer. In addition to a Danny Dyer teddythug, they have designed a selection of harmless paper stickers to stick on opposing fans who fall asleep during matches. There are also plans for a Ray Winstone envelope opener and a Russell Brand dog toy.
Saturday, 12 October 2013
|Jimmy Dunne: Hardly impressed|
Verywetsham promises to keep you abreast of all the latest atrocities at Bramall lane.....and at the JJB/DW/Wigan.
That's a promise.
Thursday, 10 October 2013
The game ended in defeat for a Hammers side that included a number of returning first team players such as Joe Cole and Stewart Downing who were gaining crucial match time, as well as Cole's principal rival for the striker's role in Mladen Petric.
Petric opened the scoring in a move that began with a Cole knock down but ultimately the Hammers were well beaten. There has been a deafening silence from thew Boleyn and ominously Hammers coach Ian Hendon did not mention Cole in his post match assessment, but did reserve praise for Mladen Petric and his improving fitness.
Maybe Carroll will be returning in the near future after all.
Sunday, 6 October 2013
It was smiles all round and why not as the Hammers had as a team outplayed their expensive and overrated opponents. There was still time for the Joey’s to come on and savour the moment as well as some mighty amusing corner flag antics from the excellent Stewart Downing. Sam looked pleased – his best result as the Hammers manger SO FAR?
Thursday, 3 October 2013
Wednesday, 2 October 2013